Alpha. What thoughts come to mind as you think about this word? Perhaps it is dominance or aggression. Maybe it is strength or masculinity. The alpha wolf has long been portrayed as a savage blood thirsty predator so it is no wonder that many people view the alpha in a negative light. Researchers that have studied wolves in the wild have found that behavior among wolves is very different from the stereotype we know and there is much to learn from these animals.
This recipe is a light and healthy dessert that is bursting with health benefits. If you have been curious to try chia seeds, this is the perfect introduction. These tiny seeds are full of antioxidants, fiber, omega 3 fatty acids, help with bone health, aid in digestion, and help detoxify the body. (to only name a few) This recipe does require a bit of planning since the chia seeds are what will thicken and set the pudding, but the results and health benefits are will worth it!
The holidays are full of family, friends and food. We all love a great meal and this recipe proves that making your holiday favorites healthier doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice flavor. This recipe has become a family tradition and is always on the table for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Although it’s not something we would suggest eating everyday, this version is definitely something to make your next holiday get together a little more special.